The Montana aide is shown on video physically retaliating after a student pushes him during an argument. The school district, school bus company, and police department investigate.
The webinar, titled “School & Mass Shootings in America: What Now?”, will be led by researcher Dr. Jaclyn Schildkraut.
Police say there is not sufficient evidence to seek criminal charges against a Georgia driver who was accused of threatening and hitting two students during a reported conflict.
A Georgia driver is on administrative leave as a reported conflict between two students on her bus is investigated.
A Florence County (S.C.) Sheriff’s Office report states that video allegedly shows students pulling another student to the back of the bus and assaulting her while another student appears to block the driver’s view.
Parents call the driver and aide heroes for their actions during the 2015 incident. The driver drove to a safe place and gave information to a student who called 911, and the aide helped students as they waited for police to arrive.
The Virginia teens allegedly have guns on their person and one fires his gun after exiting the school bus. Both are facing firearm charges.
Duval County (Fla.) Public Schools more than doubles the time the student is removed from the bus for a first fight. Students involved in fights may also have school bus privileges revoked permanently.
Video shows several kids in New York bringing cardboard boxes into the bus and, soon after, flames are seen inside. Police are looking for several other boys in connection with the incident.
Fights, bullying, and other inappropriate behavior have prompted a proposed bill from a grandparent that would require monitors and seat belts on every school bus.
A Kansas county sheriff’s office finds evidence that aggravated criminal sodomy, battery, and criminal restraint occurred on a school bus on Feb. 3. The final charging decision is up to the county attorney.
The driver is charged with misdemeanor assault for an altercation on a Newport News (Va.) Public Schools bus. A district spokeswoman says that surveillance video shows wrongdoing on both sides.
Great Bend (Kan.) School District 428 now requires adults to sit among students on bus trips and is adding cameras to all its buses after two students reported being sexually assaulted on the bus.